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  • She is also a singer and has written music for choral groups.
  • They have also published anthem arrangements of many of his works for choral performance.
  • The university is widely recognized especially for choral music.
  • His compositions mainly consist of works for choral works, and vocal art songs.
  • As a composer, he primarily wrote chamber music and works for choral ensembles.
  • It also was used in church music both for instrumental service music and as a doubling instrument for choral music.
  • Under her leadership, the school became known for choral speaking, creative writing and Shakespearean productions.
  • The cornett appeared along with trombones and organ as support for choral music throughout its main period of use.
  • The songs were written for choral groups or for solo singers.
  • There are two overall approaches within voice classification: one for opera vocalists and one for choral music parts.
  • Most of his compositions were for choral music, and several of his pieces were published by Oxford University Press.
  • The campus includes a secular European-style chapel used for choral performances, weddings, and other events.
  • The choir has been a part of the great resurgence in Wales for Choral singing over the last ten year.
  • There, he arranged for choral, brass, and band concerts as well as competitions for them as well.
  • The Choir of Men & Boys has achieved an international reputation for choral excellence.
  • This area is now mainly used for choral and instrumental presentations.
  • The organ console is some way above stage level, at the top of a stepped terrace used for choral performances.
  • The College Choir performs both popular and sacred music for choral and solo voices.
  • She also composed music for choral ensemble, chamber ensemble and orchestra.
  • Independent instrumental accompaniment opened up new possibilities for choral music.
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